Artificial dahlias are artificial flowers that look just like real ones. They’re a great way to add color and life to your home for the holidays or any day of the year. Artificial dahlias come in many different colors, so you can find one that fits your style and decorating needs!
But before you go out and buy artificial dahlias, there are three things you need to know: artificial dahlia care, artificial flower storage, and how to store artificial flowers.
Artificial dahlia care: artificial dahlias are artificial flowers, so they don’t require water. Instead of watering them like real ones, you should dust the leaves every few weeks with a soft paintbrush or an old mascara wand. And remember to keep artificial dahlia out of direct sunlight; too much exposure can fade their colors!
Artificial flower storage: artificial flowers are delicate and breakable, especially if they haven’t been stored properly. Make sure to store all your artificial flowers in cool dry spots (like basements) away from heaters and radiators, which can damage some types of artificial flowers. Also, avoid storing artificial blooms together because that will cause them to stick together over time – just hang up on individual instead!
How to care artificial dahlias: artificial flowers come with care instructions, and it’s important that the directions are followed to keep them looking nice for as long as possible. Follow these easy steps when caring for artificial blooms!
First of all, read your artificial flower’s tag or packaging carefully – there should be a list included of what materials can withstand water so you know how to properly clean your artificial flowers.
Second, test each type of artificial blossom on an inconspicuous spot before using any cleaning solution; this way it’ll be easier to tell if they will fade because some types may not endure water well (and others don’t like chemicals).
And lastly, never spray painted plastic parts directly (they could become sticky), and avoid direct sunlight so artificial blooms don’t fade.
First off, it’s important that all artificial flower types have a different set of rules on whether or not they can be submerged into the water – some may retain color well while others do not function at their best if exposed to moisture/chemicals (so read your tag carefully). And second, it’s good practice to test cleaning solutions first because certain artificial flowers may not like chemicals and will fade in the sun if left out for too long.
And finally, artificial flower pieces that are painted or have been attached with glue should never be sprayed directly (it could cause them to become sticky), and direct sunlight is known to fade artificial blooms quickly!